Code error problems in my sound card

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hi i am a music freak. i like music and i heard from my friend that an external sound card creates much better sounds than built in sound card. i am not sure actually. ok this is not the problem the problem is i bought a new sound card for my computer and attached it in sound slot. i also installed sound drivers. but i cant not play file for an error. the error is given

Code 0x00000044

really confused about this error. now please remove my confusion giving me perfect solutions. advance thnx.

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Best Answer by Sharath Reddy
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Code error problems in my sound card

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Hey,

First of verify that the onboard sound feature is disabled by navigating to bios setup. After disabling the onboard sound see whether the issue fixed. If not there is an error occurred in the sound driver installation. In advance this behavior is occurred when a driver request an I/O request packet (IRP) that already been completed through an IOCompleteRequest. This issue is caused by a file called “Flastaff.sys” and in most situations it can be fixed by driver update. So you need to visit your sound card vendor’s site and download the latest driver for your system and install it. Before installing create a restore point for the safety if something wrong happen.

All the best.

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Code error problems in my sound card

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I’m not sure if there is a difference between the sound quality of an onboard soundcard and with a separate soundcard device. The only thing I know about onboard devices is that if ever they got broken or start going faulty, it somehow has a bad effect on other built-in devices. The usual problem that I encountered before with a broken onboard device is sudden and really unexpected system restarts. The duration in the interval between restarts varies. That’s why it’s better to buy a separate device whether PCI or PCI Express than relying on an onboard one.

In your case, check your system if there is still a soundcard installed. If your computer has a built-in soundcard in it, you should disable it first in the CMOS before attaching the new soundcard on the PCI slot and installing its driver to avoid system conflicts.

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